St. Landry


Henderson, Ty

Name: 
Henderson, Ty
City: 
Iota
Phone: 
(337) 277-2081
Species/Jobs Worked: 
All furbearers

Henderson, Ty

Name: 
Henderson, Ty
City: 
Basile
Phone: 
337-277-2081
Species/Jobs Worked: 
All furbearers, coyotes, fox, feral hogs

Shutt, Amy

Name: 
Shutt, Amy
City: 
St. Gabriel
State: 
LA
Home Phone: 
1-866-REDFOX1 or 1-866-733-3691
Home Phone: 
225-209-1895
Willing to Handle: 
Fox, coyote

Hollahan, Harry

Name: 
Hollahan, Harry
City: 
VILLE PLATTE
Phone: 
(337)459-3120
Species/Jobs Worked: 
ALL

Girouard, Ronald

Name: 
Girouard, Ronald
City: 
Breaux Bridge
Phone: 
(337)332-2014
Phone: 
(337)962-4743
Species/Jobs Worked: 
Raccoons, Opossums, Squirrels, Skunks

Wolff, Curtis L.

Name: 
Wolff, Curtis L.
City: 
Saint Landry
Phone: 
318-481-9073
Species/Jobs Worked: 
All

Miller, Amy

Name: 
Miller, Amy
City: 
Opelousas
State: 
LA
Home Phone: 
337-305-5565
Willing to Handle: 
Small mammals, reptiles

Vosburg, Randall

Name: 
Vosburg, Randall
City: 
Lakeland
Phone: 
225-572-3943
Phone: 
225-389-3824
Species/Jobs Worked: 
All Mammals Beaver, Raccoon, Otter, Mink

Opelousas LDWF Public Meeting on 2011-12 Hunting Season

Date: 
Tue, 03/15/2011

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries will host a public meeting on the proposed 2011-12 Hunting Season dates and regulations on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. in the Yambilee Festival Building located at 1939 W. Landry, Opelousas, LA. 

Acadiana Conservation Corridor

Acreage

2,285

Contact

jhaynes@wlf.la.gov; 337-948-0255; 5652 Hwy 182, Opelousas, LA 70570

Parish

St. Landry, Evangeline, Avoyelles, Rapides

Owner/manager

LDWF

Description

Spanning about 26 miles, Acadiana Conservation Corridor WMA is a scenic easement located between the I-49 right-of-way west of the Bayou Boeuf-Cocodrie Diversion Canal. There is a small portion of private property within the boundaries of the corridor; the northern boundary of this property starts at the railroad crossing near mile marker 48 on I-49 and the southern boundary is approximately 1.3 miles from the railroad crossing.

This WMA is classified as bottomland hardwood; main overstory species include bitter pecan, overcup oak, sugarberry, swamp maple, water elm, and honey locust. This area has standing water for considerable periods after heavy rainfalls so understory vegetation is typical of poorly drained lands; common species include palmettos, deciduous holly, smilax, poison ivy, blackberry, dewberry, rattan, and peppervine, along with annual grasses and sedges.

Activities and Amenities

Hunting: Limited to deer by archery only. No other hunting or firearms are allowed on this WMA. See regulations for details.

Directions

Acadiana Conservation Corridor WMA can be accessed by boat only; public boat launches are available in Washington on Bayou Courtableau and at Hwy 29 on the west side of I-49. Self-clearing permits are available at these locations.

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